When it comes to HIV transmission, knowing what early indicators to look for is crucial. Early HIV identification can assist assure prompt treatment to keep the infection under control and prevent it from progressing to stage 3 HIV. AIDS is the popular name for stage 3 HIV.
Early treatment with antiretroviral medications also renders the virus undetectable, preventing the virus from spreading to others.
HIV symptoms in its early stages
Symptoms of HIV might mimic flu symptoms in the early stages. These can include the following:
lymph nodes swollen
Thrush rash causes muscular and joint soreness, as well as severe mouth ulcers and genital ulcers.
diarrhea throughout the night sweating
Early HIV symptoms normally occur one to two months after transmission, but they can appear as soon as two weeks after exposure, according to HIV.gov.
Furthermore, some persons may show no indications of HIV infection at all. It's important to remember that these early HIV symptoms are linked to a number of other illnesses and health issues. To be assured of your HIV status, speak with a healthcare professional about HIV testing options.
For up to ten years, symptoms can go unnoticed. This does not mean, however, that the infection has gone away. HIV is a manageable and treatable disease. If left untreated, HIV can progress to stage 3 even if no symptoms develop.
AIDS Symptoms and Signs
The following symptoms suggest that HIV has progressed to stage 3:
High fevers, chills, and nocturnal sweats are all symptoms of a fever.
rashes, continuous coughing, severe weight loss, white patches in the lips, and genital sores
tiredness on a frequent basis
issues with memory
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